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Geometry and Measurement Bundle
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Do you want an innovative way to teach geometry and measurement skills to elementary students? This is a perfect resource that matches that need! Students will explore geometry in architecture, classify angles and review many different geometry/measurement terms in a fun and exciting way.

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Product Description

This product is actually three resources in one!

This product includes:

Angles in Architecture
Angle Classifications
Geometry Review

The descriptions for each product can be found below.

1.) Angles in Architecture

Angle are everywhere! This is a great activity to encourage students to identify acute, obtuse, right, and reflex angles. Students will find and measure angles outside of the textbook. This digital file contains a template meant for copying and distributing to students, student directions, math standards alignment, sample answer sheet, and student rubric.

2.) Angle Classifications - Acute, Right, Obtuse and Reflex

Angle are everywhere! This is a great activity to introduce actute, obtuse, right, and reflex angles. Students will find and measure angles outside of the textbook. This digital file includes three sheets. 1) A template meant for copying and distributing to students 2) An example of one way to correctly fill out the sheet 3) A rubric that can be utilized to assess students' understanding of the angles.

3.) Geometry Review

This is a geometry review that can be used with upper elementary students. This is a five page review that could be used as a pre-assessment or refresher on geometry concepts before testing. All of the questions in this review aligned to the Common Core geometry standards.

A student that completes this packet will:

- Identify triangles, squares, rectangles, circles, cubes, etc.
- Identify spheres and cylinders
- Identify line segments, lines and rays
- Classify polygons by sides and vertices
- Identify and names acute, obtuse, reflex and right angles
- Determine the missing measurement in triangles
- Identify and names properties of prisms and angles

Reviews
• Interesting
Jun 11, 2016

I'm looking for interesting ways to teach Geometry - something - anything to spice up our lessons. This resource looks interesting.

And a bonus - the price is right.

Martha M - Super-hero - Member Since April 2016

35 Reviews

I've taught at the elementary and middle school level for over 15 years. My products encourage students to explore, make connections and learn about math in new and exciting ways.

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